I didn’t get to really talk much about the things that went on yesterday in yesterday’s post. I had planned to, but I started talking about Max and then just couldn’t stop. So, here is pretty much what I would have written if I had not gotten carried away about my former pets and the one I wish I had now.
October 16th is the birthday of an old elementary school friend. Her name is Lisa and I haven’t actually seen her in — oh probably 20 years or so. Haven’t even talked to her in that long. But I do remember her birthday and think of her fondly each year on her birthday. I’m sure the only reason I would ever forget it is if I were to get Alzheimer’s in the future.
On my way to help my momma with her yard sale yesterday, I spotted a great heart shaped rock in my walkway! I keep meaning to photograph them where I find them, but I’m so excited when I see them, that I always forget and grab them up! This one was sitting right up on top of all the other rocks and gravel in the walkway. Even faced so that it looked exactly like a heart to me. I don’t know how I could have missed it before.
Momma sat down and visited a little more during the sale yesterday. The shoppers were less frequent, but all in all her sale was a pretty good one I think. Lovie cat visited while I was there and I was able to get photos of her. Scroll down to yesterday’s post if you want to see them.
I did leave early so that I could watch the Rangers beat the Yankees in game two of the American League Championship Series — which they did! Final score was 7 to 2. Hurray! The next three games will be extra tough because they’ll be played in NY. The Yankees won the first game in TX 6 to 5. It’s a best of seven series. The last two games will be played in TX, if the Rangers manage to beat the Yankees at home during their three games there. I’ve got my fingers crossed already and it sure is hard to type that way.
On my drive home, I found a couple of little spots of fall color.
I ran by the post office and picked up a shipment of two books I’d ordered. Four Word Self Help and Creative Is A Verb are both by Patti Digh who has the blog 37 Days. I’ve read just a few pages of the self help one so far and I – am – in – love – with it! Such common sense and fun! The artwork is also done by her blog readers. Really cool, huh?
As I neared the post office, I noticed the clouds were awfully pretty. Then I looked again and saw that the white clouds left a blue heart “space”. It wasn’t as defined by the time I got to stop and photograph it, but I stopped and photographed it anyway. In the photo, I can see other things. What can you see? Click to enlarge and then leave me a comment to tell me what you see, please.